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Antitrust agencies in the UK, US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand have signed a competition framework agreement that aims to increase cooperation in cross-border investigations.
03 September 2020
Canada’s Competition Bureau has made an unusual call for information as it launches a wide-ranging investigation into Amazon’s potential abusive conduct.
17 August 2020
Canada’s Competition Bureau has published a draft revision of its competitor collaboration guidelines, recommending changes to the guidance for the first time since it was introduced in 2009.
06 August 2020
The European Commission has taken Air Canada’s proposed acquisition of Transat to a Phase II review, but lawyers say the coronavirus pandemic means the fate of the deal is still uncertain.
27 May 2020
A merger between two of Canada's four largest airlines is likely to harm competition, Canada’s antitrust enforcer has found, but the deal could still be approved due to the coronavirus pandemic.
30 March 2020
Hausfeld has opened a new Amsterdam office and the UK's Financial Conduct Authority has appointed Sheldon Mills as its interim executive director of strategy and competition.
14 February 2020
Randall Hofley has returned from Canada’s Competition Bureau to Blake Cassels & Graydon’s Toronto office. Across the Atlantic, Neil Warwick has joined DAC Beachcroft in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne from Square One Law; and Bredin Prat named Guillaume Fabre and Anne Jussiaux as counsels in Paris.
07 February 2020
American Iron & Metal has agreed to preserve the assets of an acquired rival while Canada’s competition authority continues investigating the tie-up.
19 December 2019
Taylor Wessing has hired in-house lawyer Paolo Palmigiano to lead its UK competition practice, while economist Barbara Veronese has joined Oxera as a partner in its new Milan office.
08 November 2019
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